• R, 1 hr. 50 min.
  • Drama
  • Directed By:
    Jake Scott
    In Theaters:
    Oct 29, 2010 Limited
    On DVD:
    Feb 1, 2011
  • Samuel Goldwyn Films/Destination Films


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Welcome to the Rileys Reviews

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Blake Griffin
We Got This Covered

Plenty of authentic laughs and great supporting performances make Welcome to the Rileys a decent film.

Full Review Source: We Got This Covered | Original Score: 7/10

November 11, 2013
Roger Moore
McClatchy-Tribune News Service

Kristen Stewart ever runs out of "Snow White" sequels, this is what her post "Twilight" career should look like.

Full Review Source: McClatchy-Tribune News Service | Original Score: 3/4

January 17, 2013
Ben Kendrick

For every moment of raw self-destruction there is an equally charming resolution.

Full Review Source: ScreenRant | Original Score: 3.5/5

October 5, 2012
Jeremy Aspinall
Radio Times

[It] will win no prizes for originality, but it benefits greatly from the subtle performances of the two leads, particularly Leo...

Full Review Source: Radio Times | Original Score: 3/5

November 20, 2011
Philip French
Observer [UK]

It's a preposterous story, yet for part of its duration at least, Gandolfini as the slouching, baggily dressed Doug and Leo as the reawakened wife manage to make it rather touching.

Full Review Source: Observer [UK]

November 19, 2011
Derek Malcolm
This is London

If it could be too slow-burning for some, it is at least a refreshing change from a pattern of film-making that never gives you a moment's rest because there is nothing under the surface.

Full Review Source: This is London | Original Score: 3/5

November 19, 2011
David Edwards
Daily Mirror [UK]

It's downbeat and has little to say about the grieving process, and while Gandolfini and Leo are memorable, Stewart is not.

Full Review Source: Daily Mirror [UK] | Original Score: 2/5

November 19, 2011
Allan Hunter
Daily Express

Gandolfini's bashful, bear-like Doug is endearing but most of this earnest film just doesn't ring true.

Full Review Source: Daily Express | Original Score: 2/5

November 19, 2011
Peter Bradshaw

It's a well-made film, and New Orleans is crisply and interestingly shot by cinematographer Christopher Soos, but this ultimately looks like a TV movie dressed up for the big screen.

Full Review Source: Guardian | Original Score: 2/5

November 17, 2011
Alex Zane
Sun Online

Despite its indie sensibilities, under the surface it's a pure Hollywood heart that beats here.

Full Review Source: Sun Online | Original Score: 3/5

November 17, 2011
Robbie Collin
Daily Telegraph

Stewart's strung-out, frowzy performance is a timely reminder that the girl can act, but despite strong work from all three leads, the facile screenplay runs out of things to say fairly quickly.

Full Review Source: Daily Telegraph | Original Score: 2/5

November 17, 2011
Nigel Andrews
Financial Times

The dialogue and ponderous drama got lost even before the camera rolled.

Full Review Source: Financial Times | Original Score: 2/5

November 17, 2011
Rich Cline
Shadows on the Wall

Observant writing and direction make this exploration of grief surprisingly uplifting.

Full Review Source: Shadows on the Wall | Original Score: 3.5/5

November 17, 2011
Matthew Turner

Quietly assured and superbly written, this is an emotionally engaging drama with a trio of terrific performances from James Gandolfini, Kristen Stewart and Melissa Leo.

Full Review Source: ViewLondon | Original Score: 3/5

November 16, 2011
Tim Evans
Sky Movies

Movingly written and exquisitely played by the three leads, this never gets bogged down in sentiment or lazily opts for easy answers.

Full Review Source: Sky Movies | Original Score: 3/5

November 16, 2011
David Jenkins
Time Out
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Stewart lets it all hang out in a firecracker role but her damaged character never achieves the depth the weak material could have done with.

Full Review Source: Time Out | Original Score: 2/5

November 15, 2011
Dave White

It's not horrible. It's just directed and written with a heavy hand and a sensibility that could use a lot more restraint.

Full Review Source: Movies.com | Original Score: 2.5/5

April 4, 2011
David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

...a consistently watchable piece of work that benefits substantially from its stellar performances...

Full Review Source: Reel Film Reviews | Original Score: 3/4

February 4, 2011
Keith Cohen
Entertainment Spectrum

Surprising twists lead the story in unexpected directions. The actors get credit for making you care about these characters. The audience develops a temporary bond during the 110-minute running time.

Full Review Source: Entertainment Spectrum | Original Score: 3/4

December 11, 2010
Robert W. Butler
Kansas City Star

The film works because its stars make up a trifecta of terrific performers who overcome the clichés inherent in their characters.

Full Review Source: Kansas City Star | Original Score: 3/4

December 10, 2010
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